Rick Ross has accomplished a lot in his career, but he still has a lofty goal to check his bucket list!
During his appearance on the “Full Send Podcast,” the Maybach Music mogul revealed that he wanted to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania two years later.
“I actually gave myself a challenge… I’m climbing to the top of Kilimanjaro in 2024,” he said.
Although he admits he didn’t do his research, he made a promise to himself. “Of course it isn’t. I’m the boss, I’m not looking at anything,” he said. “I’m making up my mind, it’s not that big.”
He plans to come to the next year to prepare mentally and will undergo physical training in 2023.
Rozay won’t be alone when she goes on the trip. “Somebody’s got to bring Wingstop,” he joked.
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Kilimanjaro is the highest volcano in Africa and the Eastern Hemisphere at over 19,000 feet. Around 30,000 people attempt to climb the mountain annually and there is an average of 10 fatalities per year.
The “Hustlin’” rapper, who released his latest album Richer Than I Ever Been in December, has “a lot more” he wants to accomplish. “When you wanna be great, you wanna be great. It’s really not a ceiling,” he said.
Rick Ross Says Hip-Hop Has ‘Without a Doubt’ Already Embraced LGBTQ Community
Rick Ross shared some encouraging words for LGBTQ artists in hip-hop and announced his support.
Maybe gay rappers like [Saucy] Santana are in the game?” he asked in an interview ahead of Rozay‘s Miami Gardens performance over the weekend.
“I don’t know the name Santana, but live your life, pursue your dreams and go hard, man. Go hard,” the 46-year-old replied, highlighting the 12:44 mark above.
If given one more question: “Do you think hip-hop will fully embrace the LGBT community?” —Ross replied: “I believe hip-hop has already embraced it. Unquestionably. Yes, so am I.’’
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